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12 Dec 12
Review: LA bass crew Smog aren't messing around on this one. 12th Planet's hype command is executed with precision on this follow-up to "The End Is Near". A screaming electro riff bites hard against the half-step swagger and saw-tooth bass; it's nothing but peak-time thrill material. Remix-wise Dirtyphonics and Felguk serve up equally extreme D&B and gutter-breaks versions respectively. Elsewhere it's collabo heaven as he collides with Skrillex and Kill The Noise for a squelchy adventure into 8 bit twinkles and runs head into Antiserum for a jugular-cutting mission into moodiness. Other highlights include UZ's trap-attack on "Ratchet Strap" and the raw machine-song of "MMXII".
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Played by: Ac Slater
14 Aug 12
Review: Expect some synth-soaring, vocal-led DJ Fresh style dubstep here from Flinch, who brings us the Light It Up Remix EP on Smoh. Gloriously and unashamedly commercial, this is polished and euphoric and very much of the moment. The original makes for an essential listen for any nu-skool dubstep convert, while others should perhaps delve into the bountiful supply of remixes included in this package from the likes of AC Slater, J Rabbit, LA Riots, Cods, Craze & David Heartbreak. Not forgetting of course, the trance-inspired outro "When I'm Gone" which is another fusion of styles and sounds.
15 Jan 13
Review: LA dubbers Smog sure know their sub science... Each and every release has been giving the UK faction a serious run for their money in the dubstep stakes. Kelly Dean is no exception; cruising at a very comfortable half-step, he's honed a fine sense of dread that weaves its way in and out of every cut on this rather handsome release. Highlights include the warped synth washes of "Columns", the signature-snapping rhythm timings on "Shape Shifter" and droning techno steps of Drumcell's remix of "Firewall". Heavy.
18 Dec 12
Review: Remember the old playground taunts from the haters about our music being "car alarm" music? Oh how we'd love to rub those smelly bullies faces in it... It's actually fire alarms! Well, according to Noah D it is. And what beautiful, sonorous fire alarms they are too. Elsewhere we get tubular on "Limitless", we get our sexy on with "Seductive" and we finish proceedings by getting our stomp on to the trapalicious "Nuthin2it". Raise the alarm!
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Review: If you're a fan of Doctor P or Borgore then you're likely to love this little ditty from newcomer SPL. "Terraform" develops from a cheery intro, full of euphoric builds and flourishes of synth squeals, bass squelches and more sound design specials. "Essence" accelerates into the drop like a motorcar speeding round the track, with metallic synths, grinding drum kicks and a lurching swagger, whilst "Mothra (feat. Crushington)" is an unforgiving slab of industrial charged dubstep and "Lootin' 92 VIP (feat. 12th Planet)" is all smacking, snarling snares, ominous vocal and power synths. Gnarly.
30 Oct 12